Suzuki recently held the Aussie launch of the new Hayabusa Gen III in Australia. For the event, Suzuki Motorcycles Australia Marketing Manager Lewis Croft put his faith in Cassons gear. For his helmet Lewis chose to ride in an Arai RX-7V in black, with matching Arai Vas-V Max Vision Mirror Red visor.

“For his helmet Lewis chose to ride in an Arai RX-7V in black, with matching Arai Vas-V Max Vision Mirror Red visor.”

The RJAYS Stealth one-piece race suit in Black Red (RRP $699) was Lewis’ choice for the high speed drag strip passes that formed part of the worldwide release of the latest Hayabusa from Suzuki. While Arai’s top notch RX-7V kept his head safe.


Check out our RJAYS Stealth one-piece suit review here...


Suzuki say the Hayabusa is famed for its abundant power, agility and majestic presence. Legendary for establishing new levels of ultimate sport performance, and for retaining the number one position for the past two decades in the class it created. Fast forward to today. Total commitment and tireless effort give birth to a new generation perfectly poised to carry riders boldly into the future.

The Suzuki Hayabusa is back with yet another update. The legendary bike has been in production for 22 years now.

Its further enhanced riding experience features even smoother power delivery and nimbler handling, a collection of the latest electronic systems designed to optimize performance characteristics and make the Hayabusa more controllable and predictable, as well as unshakeable reliability. And it wraps all this in a package that Suzuki claim will instantly turn heads with its breathtaking style and grace.

Stand by for our full road test on the new Hayabusa in late July, early August. In the meantime read all about the new model here…


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